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GRANT PASS DAILY COCHIKIt
TIU'IWDAY, APRIL tr, IOW.
HATCHIN0 EOOS S. C. White Leg
horns. Hest of winter layers.,
$1.60 tor letting ot IB. 17 In
100 lot. K. Ilaiiimorbwhdr,
phone 008-F-2S, If. V. D. No. 2. tf
FOR SALIC 10 acres mllee from
eUy, S aoroe Tokay grapes, good
gardon, good buildings, 6-room
home, small bam. etc. Call 503
Bridge 8t., or address P. O. Hoi
152, Grants Pass, Ore. 41
TKAM 9 and 10 yoars old. also bar
onet and wai;on for aalo, Sell all
or part. Call 712 NortU Eighth
or phone 1S-L. 28tf
MODERN bungalow and -rooro
homo, both on Kant D streot, for
sale cheap; terms If roqulred.
Mrs. It. A. N. Reymers. phone
FOR SALK 136 acros ot land throe
mllm east of Oranta Paaa, on the
north bonk of the Roguo Rlvor.
Part bottom, the balance bench
land. About 40 acres clear and
can bo cultivated. Two thousand
dollar I the price now. See N.
B. Towneend, 21 A street, Oranti
FOR 8 A Mi 10 a.' roe ono wllo west
of city limit of GrnnU Pass, all
fence and In cultivation, half In
alfalfa. Call on or write James
Martin, Granta Psss, Oregon. 44
FOR 8ALl-ISO head good Shrop
hlre ewes, delivered In Granta
Pa or RosM-urg, 135 lamlm
thrown In more to come. These
sheep are thoroua-hbred Shrop
shire; good fleece ot wool on
their backs; price $20. (loo. W.
King, Moiitaidie, Cal. 04
FOR SALR Cemont bloiks. 3 sites;
brlcka In any quantity; gravel;
lime. 25c wagon load; sewnr pip.
Smith's Racket Store. 44
PRRSKNT OWNERSHIP township
Plata of Josephine county. 50c
each. For sale by Josihle Coun
ty Abstract Co. Blue printing at
reaaonablo rates. 39tf
Foil 8ALK AT A SNAP--20 acres of
land under Irrluntlon. 9 acrei In
cultivation. Hmull orchard, and
buildings. See Iiaac Beet. 46
FOR SALE One of the nicest alfal
fa farms In Southern Oregon, con
sisting of 130 Bonn; 69 acres un
der Irrigation ditch with water
right. Modern house, electric
lights, water and bath. Good barn
and outbuildings. 30 acres In al
falfa, (10 acres of Number 1 or
chard.) See Isaac Best. 46
FOR SALE 8 head of burros well
broken to pack. Address) No. 701
eare Courier. 47
FOR SALE I am disposing ot all
my grade milk cows. If you are
wanting a first class cow, this Is
your rhanoo. 43. N. Culy, R. F. D.
No. 4, phone 612-F-3. 48
FOR SALE One Underwood type
' writer, model No, 6, nearly new,
335. Cofdltlon excellent. Phone
. No. 26. . 44
EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVER
wants position driving truck
heavy truck preferred. Inquire
No. 689 care Courier. 46
WANTED Men for farm work. Mar
ried men preferred. River Banks
Farm, R. F. D. No-. 2. 46
WANTED Men to work at Fort
Vanoy Orchards. Phone 606-F-12.
PORTLAiND LOTS for house or land.
- W. C. Reuter, St. Maries, Ida. 48
DANIEL McFARLAND, civil engi
neer and surveyors Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. 65
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W. TUB MAMOND SBAND, Jk
T.dll Ask hf Oi-a-nt'tfcf I
b)Qrf& 111. In tut ud tlM mulHc
Tsaha atam. Hur sir want
ft rant, Ak foflflll.Clftft.'pr.Bf
rllslNf ItltANI 1'llXK.fnr IS
vmii known licit, belts t. Always, kUatLf
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
When you are overworked, teel
listless or languid,, or when you can't
sleep or eat, better take Holllster's
Rocky Mountain Tea, livens you up,
purines the 'blood soothes and regu
la ton the stomaoh, makes you eat and
sleep. A real Spring 'Medicine, 85c.
Tea or Tablets. Sabin't Drug Store.
"rlntlns 'tha1 pleasesWe do ltJ
.CtHer Job Department. '
T1R158 Used tlrea bought and sold
Auto Borvice Co. Phone S24-J, op
posite Oxford hotel. 20tf
E. L. QALBRAITII, Iniuraoce, rent-
tit a ipeclalty. Acreage, Building
and Loans. 609 O ttreet, Launer'i
old location. tf
ELKCTRIO WIRING and general
electrical work, repairing, house
wiring. C. C. Harper, 115 North
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
HEMSTITCHING and plcollng at 10
centt a yard Alt work . guaran
teed. The Vanity Shop, Medford,
IF YOU WANT to aell your pro
perty; If you want to buy proper
ty; If you want good loana; If you
went any service that a realty man
can ronder. 8oe McKlnatry, 603
O ttreet. 25tf
ELECTRIC WIRING House wiring,
motora Installed and repaired.
Phone 24S-U Joe A. Polley. 63
8KB THE NEW Detroit coal oil bur
ner for stoves- and ranges at
Lloyd's. 110 South Sixth. 46
HIQHUST PRICES paid for wool and
mohair. Grants Pass Junk Co.,
403 South Sixth street, phone 21.
kTHuHTS and Udlos of Security
Council moots second and fourth
Friday's In W. O. W. hall. 43tf
CHANGE OF JITNEY STAND from
Mocha Cafe to "Stag" cigar store,
call 183-J. Residence 149-Y.
Otto J. Knlps. 238
DAILY JITNEY to Selma, Kerby and
Waldo. Leaves Granta Pass dally
at 9:30 a. in. Everett Hogue,
phone 317. 317
USE THE WHITE LINE TAXI for
prompt service. City and country
trips. Safety first. Call Grants
Pass Hotel, phone 396. Residence
phone S20-H. W. O. White. 83
E. C. MACY. D. M. U. Flrit-lae
dentistry 109Vs South Slitl
ttreet. Grants Pass, Oregon.
C. E. JACKSON, D. M. D., successor
to Dr. Bert Elliott. Over Golden
Rule Store. Phone 6. Residence
L O. CLEMENT. M. D., Pracclfl-
limited to dlseasea of the eye, ear
nose and throat. Glasses Otter
Office hours 9-12. 2-5, or on ap
polntment Offloe phone 61. reel
dence phone 159-J.
8. LOUOHRIDQE. M. D PhyslcU-
and surgeop.. City, or country call
attended ofay or night. Resldeev
phone 169; office phone IP'
Sixth aod H. Tuffs Bldg.
A. A. WITHAM, M, D. Interns
medicine and nervous disease
- sot- Corbdtt Bldg., Portland. Ow
Hours 10 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 4 p. m
DR. R. J. BESTUL, Veterinarian
Offloe, residence. Pboaa. SOaVR.
DRAY AGS AND TRANSifcR
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. A'
kinds of drayage and, trenaft
werk carefully and promptly don
Phone 181-J. Stand at frelgh
depot. A. 8hade, Prop.
'THE WORLD MOVES; to do. we
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. ' Phoo
F. O. I8HAM, drayag aad transfei
8afes, llanos and furnltun
moved, packed,' shipped and stor
ed. Office phone 124-Y. Resi
dence phone, 124-R.
THE: PICTURE MILL tor fine pboio
graphs. Open dally escept Sun
day from 10 a. m. to B tw m. Sun
day sittings by appointment only
Phone Mill, 2K8-R,or resident
140-J. , 67U
The California and Oregon
coast Railroad company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918. i
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursdaj
Leave Granta Pa8.... 1 P. M
Arrive Waters. Greek; 2 P. M"
Leave Watt rs Creek 3 P. M
Arrive Grant-, Paaa .... ,.,.., P. M
For Information regarding trelsh
and- passenger rates. call at the off let
ot the company, Lundburg building
or telephone 1SI. , v
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Daily Health Tali
URIO ACID IN THE VSTC
BT LEB H. SMITH. IL D.
TJric acid it now generally recoguac-
as the cause of more diseases than was
heretofore believed. When the kidneys
are out of order one acid accumulates
within the body in super abundance.
The disordered kidneys do not filter
the poisons out of the blood, as tbey
ought to do, and so the poisons remain
in the blood and float around until
they find a plaoe to lodge, in form of
nrute salta. The tiling to remember is
that you may have rheumatism in any
part of the body you may have pains
anywhere yonr back may ache and
your head may be diiiy--but the
trouble la not where the pain appears.
The trouble is . in the kidneys, and
what is the first thine to dof You must
get that, exeesa urio aei& out of your
system, which can be done by .taking
Anuno Tablets, the splendid remedy
which Dr. Pierce,, of Buffalo, N. V.,
baa put on tale -in the drug stores at
low price. Anurio Tableta (made
doable strength), when taken into the
system as medicine, have the peculiar
power, ot dissolving the urio acid de
posited there. Drop a bit of sugar or
salt into hot. water, and it will dis
appear. In precisely the same way do
these Anoxic Tableta dissolve urio acid.
Of course, after ridding the system of
nrio sold, il may return again unless
you eat the right, foods and live the
right kind ol me, boa, Dr. Pierce will
advise you fully- on proper food and
correct living if you write and ask
him. He makes no charge for such
advice. Take Anurio Tablets to-day,
by all means, and get. that nrio acid
out ot your system. Don't, don't,
ooa't, put to matter on.
H.i D NORTON, Attorner-at-u -
Prac tices In all State- and Fed. r.
Courts. First National Bank- Bid
COLVlll WILLIAMS, AUoil.j
at-Law, Oranta Pass Dunking C
Bldg., Grants Pass, Oregon
C. S. VAN DYKE. Attorney. n-
tloe In all court, r'lrbi Nutiou.
O. S. BLANCHARD, Attorney a,i
La Golden Rule Bulldm.
Pho'io 270. Grants Pass, Oregi-u
BLANCHARD & BLANCH AKD. A
torneys, Albert Bldg. Pb.
826 J. Practice In all courts; i
C. A. BIDLER, Attorney-at-Law. r
sree In bankruptcy. Mason
temple, Oranta Pass, Ore.
GEO. H DURHAM, attorney at law,
referee In bankruptcy. Masonic
Temple, Grants Pass, Ore. Phon
JAMBS T. CHINNOCK, Lawyet
First National . Bank building.
1 Oranta Pase.-Oregon, ..; .; ' . '
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j ust what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want
to find out tha double-quickest thing you do next. And, put
it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without
tongue bite or parching Our exclusive patented process
cuts out bite and parch.
P. salize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy
pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to
beat the cards I Without a comeback Why, P. A. is so
good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smokel
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winiton-Salem, N. C
THIS 'CAT EXPERT ANGLER
English Writer Tells of Feline That
Catches Fine Trout Without
Bslt or Line.
Cats have a passion for fish and
will hover about a room plaintively
mewing long after the piscine uub
stanre has gone and only the smell
Is left: hot It Is not generally known
that they are. expert anglers, says a
writer In the Family Journal (Lon
don). A Hampshire sportsman whose
gardeq bordered on a well-stocked
stream stated that bis cat takes more
trout out of It than he does. All fish
love to basic In the sun and. taking
advantage of this on fine summer
days, Mr. Tom lies In ambush, con
cealed In the reedy .grass bordering
some bright pebbly shallow. He needs
neither rod nor line; unlimited pa
tience Is his whole stock In trade. Not
a move doea he make., bis quivering
tall merely rustling the slender bents
as If stirred with the gentlest south
ern breeze. Presently there Is a
splash and a flounder, and a fine, fat
trout, bursting with condition, comes
flapping up to the shallow for Its
morning sun bath. For an Instant
only It Ues there contentedly gasping
In the soft, warm air, but In that In
stant the four-footed angler L
made his spring and fastened bla
claws firmly In the fish's shimmering
UOlt ANY GIRL CAJf
HAVE PRETTY EYES
No girl or woman is, pretty U .her
eyes are red, strained or have dark
rings. Simple wltchhwel, camphor,
hydrastls, etc., as mixed In Lavoptlk
eye wash, will brighten the eyea and
a week's use will surprise you with
Its QUICK results. Regular use of
LavopUk keeps the eyes healthy,
sparkling ajid vivacious. The quick
change will please you. Dainty
aluminum eye cup FREE. National
YOU 8HOVLU KNOW
Motorcycles arid Bicycles
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USE OF PHONETIC SPELLING
Reasons Advanced Why It Would Be
Well if Its study Should Be
Msde More General.
Phonetics In Its broadest sense, la a
study of the whole range of sounds,
articulate, musical and otherwise. In
Its restricted sense it Is confined to
articulate . sounds of human speech.
Eveu in this restricted sense It Is still
broad enough to Include the subject
of the nrouxtlc or mechanical side and
the anthropological or philological
side. It- may discuss simply the
speech vlhmtlons Hint cause any par
ticular sensations on the human ears,
or l may Include an Investigation of
the manner and causes of the change
the artu-ulute sounds of s language
undergo as It develops. The study
of phonetics Is widely advocated by
philologists and by many of the most
thonghtful teachers for three reasons:
(1) That persona may speak their
mother tongue correctly through thus
lesrnlng to know the proper valuation
of Its sounds ; (2) that they may learn
successfully the pronunciation of oth
er languages, to which a knowledge of
their own la the best Introduction;
(8) that those who wish to study
philology may have a key to that
science. And the sounds of our lan
guage cannot be successfully studied
or explained without some ce of pho
netic spelling. Hundreds ot phonetic
alphabets have been proposed, but the
only one- that has made progress and
bids llr to become, general (naturally
with some modifications) la that of
the Association Internationale Phone-
I tlque. This alphsbet took torn. tHh
I tween 1889 and 1889 In proposals, made
by Paul Edouard Passy, a noted
Boston's Far.-ious Church.
There were only 8,000 houses In
.Boston, "when the North church was
built and many members of the con
gregation came from outlying districts.
The corner stone was laid In April,
1723. and the first meeting was held In
December of the same year.
1 Vijf- J.raoMe
Mark Acs 3
How quickly a
railroad coach would
pound to pieces if it
had to jump three
inches from one rail
to the next. Skips or
gaps in the rolling
surface of tires are
equally disastrous. ,
Those three con
tinuous ribs on the
: Diamond- Squeegee
Tread give as smooth
a rolling surface as
though it was a
smooth tread tire.
"More - Mileage
Ribs" we call them,
for they put jnore
rubber right where
the wear comes.
Yet that scientifically
Squeegee Tread halt
forward and, aide akida,
It adds- mfloege you'lV
ropi a- Diamond thou .
i a-ands o miles before yxm
wear down those Squee
ge Ribs. Cut your tire
V&ktep with a Diamond.
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